Quoll seeking in South East Queensland continues

Quoll seeking in South East Queensland continues

4 June 2024 Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network continues its search for northern and spotted-tailed quolls in South East Queensland. Although camera surveys failed to record any spotted-tailed quolls on five private properties in Logan West last year, the...
NaturallyGC Quolls — Saving our Special Spotties

NaturallyGC Quolls — Saving our Special Spotties

Register on Eventbrite Join the team from the Quoll Society of Australia at this FREE City of Gold Coast NaturallyGC Program event for an in-depth look at the Australian mainland’s largest marsupial carnivore, the spotted-tailed quoll. Learn about the work being done...
Endearingly endangered

Endearingly endangered

Crunchy the male spotted-tailed quoll at Alexandra Park Zoo in Bundaberg. Image © Bundaberg Regional Council 7 September 2022 What’s spotted, strong, secretive and so hard to find that even Wildlife Queensland’s dedicated project officers struggle to find one out in...
The search resumes for spotted-tailed quolls on the Sunshine Coast

The search resumes for spotted-tailed quolls on the Sunshine Coast

6 Sept 2022 Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network (QSN) has been awarded $19,989 funding support from the Queensland Government’s Community Sustainability Action grants program to conduct a series of camera trap surveys to assess whether the endangered...
Seeking out elusive quolls in the Mary River Catchment

Seeking out elusive quolls in the Mary River Catchment

26 March 2020   Wildlife Queensland’s Quoll Seekers Network (QSN) is on a mission to find quolls in the Mary River Catchment – and they need your help! Historically, there have been both spotted-tailed quoll (Dasyurus maculatus) and northern quoll (Dasyurus...

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